I have a slight issue with IIS. A developer created a web application with us. Let us just call it "oranges" for reference. This web application was a sub web of the default web. The root url was
I have since created it's own web listening on port 8080. So the root url is:
However, he has a lot of code that is looking for /oranges/etc/etc....
So I created a virtual directory called "oranges". This url works:
But I want
to be all that the user will see. How can I do this? Is it a matter of configuring IIS? BTW, it is a .NET project. Or is it a matter of a configuration in .NET that would map /oranges to /.